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2010 Thunder Valley AMA Pro Motocross Photo Gallery
Kawasaki's Christophe Pourcel took the overall win under threatening skies in Colorado.
MotoUSA brings you all the action from round five of the Lucas Oil Pro AMa Motocross Championship.
Ryan Dungey made in four in a row at Thunder Valley with a 2-1 moto score.
Josh Grant dominated the first moto, but went down in the first turn of the second moto.
GEICO Powersport Honda's Trey Canard finished on the podium, finishing second overall.
Ben Townley's 6-2 moto finishes were good enough for second place overall at Thunder Valley.
Last weekends winner Dean Wilson rode to a third place overall finish at Thunder Valley.
Tyla Rattray's consistency in both motos put him in fourth place for the day. The High Point overall winner went 4-4 in Colorado.
With his first 450cc podium finish. Brett Metcalfe has moved in to second place in the points standings.
The "Wild Child" justin Barcia had a tough day in Colorado, finishing 16th in the first moto after getting caught in a pile-up.
JGR's Justin Brayton just cracked the top-ten with a 13-9 moto score placing him tenth overall.
The power robbing altitude made some of the larger jumps on the Thunder Valley track tough for the 250cc riders,
Rockstar Suzuki's Tommy Hahn finished third in the first moto, but twisted his foot badly in the second moto. Hahn was credited with 35th in the second moto after limping off the track.
Mike Alessi rode his KTM 350 SX-F to an eighth over finish with a 12-5 moto score.
Andrew Short and Ryan Dunget diced it up during the second moto. Dungey got by Short on lap four, and rode to his fourth overall victory.
Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Jake Weimer can't catch a break lately. Weimer was caught up in a first turn pile-up in moto one and then went down in moto two.
Kawasaki's Chad Reed had an off weekend at Thunder Valley, finishing ninth overall. Reed has now slipped back to third place in points.
GEICO Powersport's Blake Wharton had his second best finish of the season with a fourth place overall.
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